Trescobeas Road, Falmouth
Located within an elevated position and enjoying far-reaching views across the valley, this fine family home is well presented, modernised and retains original detailing from the 1920s. Positioned conveniently for Kimberley Park, the school, hospital and surgery, Penwarne is a quality family home with potential for a home office / annexe.
- Spacious family home
- Well presented
- Highly convenient edge of town location
- Four bedrooms
- Level and enclosed garden
- Driveway parking and turning
- Detached garage
- Planning consent for annexe
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Kimberley Park – 0.5; Penmere (branchline rail) – 0.5; Falmouth School – 0.5; Swanpool beach – 1.5; Gyllyngvase Beach – 1.5; Events Square & Maritime Museum – 1.5; Maenporth – 3; Tremough (University campus & Innovation Centre) – 3; Flushing – 4; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 5; Helford Passage – 6; Truro – 11; Cornwall Airport (Newquay / Mawgan Porth) – 29.5;
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure, services and general information
Freehold. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas-fired central heating. Council Tax: band E. Superfast broadband is available in the postcode.
For generations, Falmouth has been considered to be one of Cornwall’s most desirable places in which to live and the town has repeatedly been voted as one of the best coastal towns in the whole of the UK. Trescobeas Road leads from the edge of Falmouth to the top of Kimberley Park Road, which then runs parallel with the best park in Falmouth before dropping into the town.
Penwarne, a substantial and imposing 1920s property, occupies an elevated position comfortably above the road, affording the property far reaching views across the Boslowick valley and towards Budock church. Trescobeas is home to Falmouth secondary school, doctors’ surgery and hospital, all combing to ensure the area remains popular among a wide range of residents.
Falmouth’s vibrant, energetic and creative town is close by providing an exciting range of amenities including a thriving mix of traditional harbourside pubs, bars, restaurants and an eclectic array of shops and galleries.
Within just a few miles are Maenporth, The Helford, Flushing and Mylor – some of the county’s most desirable areas, surrounded as they are by the sea, river, unspoilt countryside and National Trust gardens.